Cima Grappa
Friday, 31 July 2020 - Sunday, 02 August 2020

Cima Grappa Ceremony and Campocroce Cheese Festival

On the first weekend of August memory, tradiction and taste gather on Monte Grappa.

On Sunday 2nd of August, on the early morning breath the strong emotion of the WWI fallen commemoration on the peak of our Massif, after that discover the local tradition, taste the Monte Grappa typical cheeses Morlacco and Bastardo. And find out during the all weekend (from 31 July to 2 August) the special menus dedicated to our cheese created by the local chefs and available at the restaurants of the area.

formaggio del monte grappa 

Bastardo and Morlacco Cheeses Festival

Sunday, August 2, 2020 - Campocroce (Borso del Grappa TV)

In the green and fresh plain of Campocroce (reacheable from Semonzo del Grappa following the road towards Cima Grappa; you will find it after the tunnels and the 20th hairpin bend) the Monte Grappa Cheeses will be celebrated! Tasting, demonstration, cheese competition will make your day! You will find rich food and drinks stand open from 12 to 4 pm! (Covid-19: mask compulsory).

Tasty weekend with our cheeses

July 31, August 1 and 2, 2020 - Borso del Grappa (TV) and Romano d'Ezzelino (VI)

On this weekend come and taste the Monte Grappa Cheeses thanks to the dedicated special menus created by the local chefs. You can find Bastardo and Morlacco special dishes at: L'Antica AbbaziaGarden Relais, Agriturismo Ca' Fossà, Osteria Canal 1803 (Semonzo del Grappa), Dalla Mena (Romano d'Ezzelino), Locanda Montegrappa and Trattoria alla Posta (Borso del Grappa) and many more! Download the complete list below!

Cima Grappa Ceremony

August 2, 2020 - Cima Grappa (Monte Grappa)

Sunday 2nd of August at the Cima Grappa Military Sacrarium there will be the traditional ceremony in memory of the fallen of the Great War.

08.30 Authorities and Standards Welcome
09.00 Begin of the Ceremony
09.30 Authorities greetings and Commemoration
09.45 Saint Mass
10.30 Homage to the Austro-Hungarian fallen and conclusion

The touching event will take place both on the Italian and the Austo-Hungarian side of the Sacrarium and will see the presence of many local and national authorities and delegates from Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia. 

Traffic will be closed since August 1st at 11pm. Mask and social distancing are compulsory.